The test of cohesion is judged at last as the judges take a look at each shop’s work. Black Cobra Tattoo’s huge risk pays off while another shop’s milder approach leaves them in the dust.
While it was a face off and Empire State Studio was compared side-by-side with Old Town Ink, it became clear to the judges that this was Tommy Helm’s last challenge.
Dave, Chris, and Oliver huddle and start to debate over whose cohesive design stood out among the rest, leaving no stone unturned. The shops prepare for a major flash challenge outcome.
Four of the tattoo shops roll up their sleeves to do battle in a face off, tattooing American traditional snakes as the clock ticks away a mere six hours.
Check out the artists' elimination tattoos from this week's episode. Then, tune in to new episodes of Ink Master Tuesdays at 10/9c on SPIKE.
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Revisiting the site of Tameka's death may link Crail Brooks to the murder.
Megan's mother, Robin, claims there is evidence on Megan's cell phone that police refuse to release.